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What is a GROUP of baby guinea fowl called?

Baby guineas are called keets and a group of baby guinea fowl are called keets as well. Ex: "I was walking down to my local farm and saw a cute group of keets walking around in their pen".


What are the release dates for Petkeeping with Marc Morrone - 2002 Keets and Ferrets?

Petkeeping with Marc Morrone - 2002 Keets and Ferrets was released on: USA: 18 January 2011


Is lettuace fresh?

Lettuce is generally fresh when bought from a grocer. If you want local, fresh lettuce, try a Farmer's Market.


When does guinea fowls have keets?

Guinea fowl can have keets at almost any time of the year depending on the temperature. Keep the Guinea fowl with a male and they will usually breed and sit on the eggs.


What is the answer to the rebus puzzle keet over keet?

A pair of keets or parakeet.


Do locusts make good pets?

i bought some as lizard food from the reptile shop. i put them in a tank with some lettuace and so far they are doing ok.


How old does a parakeet have to be to lay an egg?

Keets can lay eggs as young as about 5 months of age, however, they should not be put into a breeding situation at this age. They should be allowed to grow up first before becoming parents! Female keets should be at least 1 year old before allowed to breed.


Why are your parakeets afraid of you?

Parakeets are afraid of you when you first bring it home,or when you have two keets,they might be bonded and might not cooperate with you, or the way you treat them


What does a young guinea fowl look like?

The 'keets' often look similar to their parents, but are covered in down feathers and appear quite fluffy.


How do you make parakeets happy?

You can make your parakeets happy by sticking a mirrior in their cage, you can give them a bath,you can play soft music for them, stick toys in for them like bells, talk to your keets. But make sure you put the cage in a room wheir your their most of your day or else your keets will get lonely. How would like to sit in a cornor ALL DAY LONG? think of it from your point of view.


What is a Tan Guinea fowl?

Keets are brown with black stripes and markings and a tan underside. If you mean an actual species called "Tan Guinea Fowl" then I have absolutely no idea. Sorry.


Do guinea hens need a male hen to fertilize their eggs?

Yes Guinea hens need a male to fertilize the egg. Chicks are called Keets , females are hens and males are called cocks.


Why my guinea fowl doesn't keets it egg?

a keet IS the baby guinea fowl... if you mean care for it, then may be it just doesn't want it, so it doesn't need it... they lay lots of eggs at a time anyway! :)


Do you have to cover parakeet cages at night?

Yes it good to do so because it allows your Keet to feel safe and secure. Also, it keeps cold drafts away and total darkness helps keets sleep. :) thts it


Does the guinea hen have a wattle?

Yes they do, but much less pronounced in the hen than those of the cock. Keets all have wattles of the same size and shape at first but after a few months the males are quite noticeably different and larger.


Why does your chick pull on other chicks legs this started day 2 of receiving 17 mixed keets should i sperate this one or leave them to fend for themselves?

"Leg pulling" is relatively normal behavior and shouldn't cause a problem unless it become incessant and/or violent. You should watch the keets closely and separate if any cannibalistic behaviors become apparent. If so, there are ways to treat and prevent said behaviors. Prevention is best if you can catch it early on, so be on the lookout for more worrying behaviors, such as feather pulling or vent picking.


Do parakeets eat their own eggs?

Some parrots, including parakeets, develop a nasty habit of eating their eggs. This isn't very common, but it does happen. Usually this is seen if a pair doesn't feel their offspring will be safe (they'd rather eat the eggs than allow their offspring to be killed). Keets don't purposely break their own eggs...eggs get broken when the birds go in/out of their nesting box, particularly if they are frightened out of the box and in their hurry to get out, they crush eggs. Some eggs can get broken if they collide with another egg. no they do not but they will break them


How can you tell if it is a male guinea fowl?

The adult guinea male is called a cock. He makes a one-syllable sound when alerted by anything unusual. He is also recognized (as the adult pictured) by having larger wattles than the female, and a somewhat larger helmet. He makes a ONE-syllable sound only: "CHI-CHi-Chi-chi...". The adult female is called the guinea hen. She makes a two-syllable sound commonly: "buck-wheat,buck-wheat". She can immitate the sound of the cock. As keets, determining the sex is nearly impossible, until they discover their voices at about 8 weeks of age. The size of the wattles on keets will be the nearly the same until they are a few months old when the wattles of the male begin to develop. (Vent sexing keets is difficult.) Although wattle size and some actions may suggest the sex of a adult guinea fowl, sound is the sure way to determine the sex (as is vent sexing older guineas).


What sound do guinea fowl make?

The adult guinea male is called a cock. He makes a one-syllable sound when alerted by anything unusual. He is also recognized (as the adult pictured) by having larger wattles than the female, and a somewhat larger helmet. He makes a ONE-syllable sound only: "CHI-CHi-Chi-chi...". The adult female is called the guinea hen. She makes a two-syllable sound commonly: "buck-wheat,buck-wheat". She can immitate the sound of the cock. As keets, determining the sex is nearly impossible, until they discover their voices at about 8 weeks of age. The size of the wattles on keets will be the nearly the same until they are a few months old when the wattles of the male begin to develop. (Vent sexing keets is difficult.) Although wattle size and some actions may suggest the sex of a adult guinea fowl, sound is the sure way to determine the sex (as is vent sexing older guineas).


How can you tell the males females on Guineas fowl?

The adult guinea male is called a cock. He makes a one-syllable sound when alerted by anything unusual. He is also recognized (as the adult pictured) by having larger wattles than the female, and a somewhat larger helmet. He makes a ONE-syllable sound only: "CHI-CHi-Chi-chi...". The adult female is called the guinea hen. She makes a two-syllable sound commonly: "buck-wheat,buck-wheat". She can immitate the sound of the cock. As keets, determining the sex is nearly impossible, until they discover their voices at about 8 weeks of age. The size of the wattles on keets will be the nearly the same until they are a few months old when the wattles of the male begin to develop. (Vent sexing keets is difficult.) Although wattle size and some actions may suggest the sex of a adult guinea fowl, sound is the sure way to determine the sex (as is vent sexing older guineas).


How do you tell a male guineafowl from a female?

The adult guinea male is called a cock. He makes a one-syllable sound when alerted by anything unusual. He is also recognized (as the adult pictured) by having larger wattles than the female, and a somewhat larger helmet. He makes a ONE-syllable sound only: "CHI-CHi-Chi-chi...". The adult female is called the guinea hen. She makes a two-syllable sound commonly: "buck-wheat,buck-wheat". She can immitate the sound of the cock. As keets, determining the sex is nearly impossible, until they discover their voices at about 8 weeks of age. The size of the wattles on keets will be the nearly the same until they are a few months old when the wattles of the male begin to develop. (Vent sexing keets is difficult.) Although wattle size and some actions may suggest the sex of a adult guinea fowl, sound is the sure way to determine the sex (as is vent sexing older guineas).


How do you determine the sex of a guinea fowl?

The adult guinea male is called a cock. He makes a one-syllable sound when alerted by anything unusual. He is also recognized (as the adult pictured) by having larger wattles than the female, and a somewhat larger helmet. He makes a ONE-syllable sound only: "CHI-CHi-Chi-chi...".The adult female is called the guinea hen. She makes a two-syllable sound commonly: "buck-wheat,buck-wheat". She can immitate the sound of the cock.As keets, determining the sex is nearly impossible, until they discover their voices at about 8 weeks of age. The size of the wattles on keets will be the nearly the same until they are a few months old when the wattles of the male begin to develop. (Vent sexing keets is difficult.)Although wattle size and some actions may suggest the sex of a adult guinea fowl, sound is the sure way to determine the sex (as is vent sexing older guineas).The adult guinea male is called a cock. He makes a one-syllable sound when alerted by anything unusual. He is also recognized (as the adult pictured) by having larger wattles than the female, and a somewhat larger helmet. He makes a ONE-syllable sound only: "CHI-CHi-Chi-chi...".The adult female is called the guinea hen. She makes a two-syllable sound commonly: "buck-wheat,buck-wheat". She can immitate the sound of the cock.As keets, determining the sex is nearly impossible, until they discover their voices at about 8 weeks of age. The size of the wattles on keets will be the nearly the same until they are a few months old when the wattles of the male begin to develop. (Vent sexing keets is difficult.)Although wattle size and some actions may suggest the sex of a adult guinea fowl, sound is the sure way to determine the sex (as is vent sexing older guineas).


How do you tell the difference in the male and female guinea fowl?

The adult guinea male is called a cock. He makes a one-syllable sound when alerted by anything unusual. He is also recognized (as the adult pictured) by having larger wattles than the female, and a somewhat larger helmet. He makes a ONE-syllable sound only: "CHI-CHi-Chi-chi...". The adult female is called the guinea hen. She makes a two-syllable sound commonly: "buck-wheat,buck-wheat". She can immitate the sound of the cock. As keets, determining the sex is nearly impossible, until they discover their voices at about 8 weeks of age. The size of the wattles on keets will be the nearly the same until they are a few months old when the wattles of the male begin to develop. (Vent sexing keets is difficult.) Although wattle size and some actions may suggest the sex of a adult guinea fowl, sound is the sure way to determine the sex (as is vent sexing older guineas).


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How worms in the stomach eat?

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